The offices of the Abenaki Council of Odanak are now reopened. Members can access the reception desk during the Council's normal business hours to, among other things, proceed with the payment in person of certain accounts. To meet with one of the agents of our different services, please make an appointment by calling 450-568-2810. | [...]
In February 2012, the First Nations of the Abenakis of Odanak and Wôlinak filed the three (3) files listed below with the Specific Claims Tribunal: SCT-2001-11: Odanak and the seigneurial regime (1635-1863); SCT-2002-11: The Seigneurie of Bécancour: the original boundaries (1647-1941); SCT-2003-11: The transfer of 38 lots in the Domaine des Abénakis de Saint-François (1858-1884). [...]
La Nation W8banaki ne reconnaît aucun chevauchement de territoire avec la Nation Huronne-Wendat Le 18 août dernier, lors d’une séance du Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement (BAPE) tenue à Thetford Mines, le Chef de la communauté d’Odanak, M. Rick O’Bomsawin, s’est prononcé au nom de la Nation W8banaki sur la position que cette dernière adoptait [...]
The Corps de police des Abénakis and the Band Council invite you to read the following information and thank you for your precious collaboration. IMPORTANT: Please understand that, for your safety and the safety of others, we do NOT encourage outdoor gatherings.
The W8banaki Nation (Abenaki) has learned that an event occurred during the weekend of November 16th in the w8banaki community of Odanak in connection with the Métis Nation in Quebec through a publication freely circulating on Facebook. Considering that the W8banaki Nation is engaged in a process of denouncing self-proclaimed groups active on the Ndakina, [...]
We remind you that waste collection will take place every TWO WEEKS for the months of November and December 2019 as well as for the months of January, February, March and April 2020.